DOWNTOWN — Millennium Park is always pretty, but right now it's prettier.
These pictures of trees changing colors in Downtown's parks prove fall has arrived.
Last week, Chicago's trees were green. Now — at least Downtown — they look like this:
Autumn Blaze maples turn red Monday morning in Millennium Park. [DNAinfo/David Matthews]
A warm September and (mostly) October, especially at night, delayed the trees changing color this fall, local botanists say. But with November approaching, much of the trees along some of Chicago's most prominent parks are awash in red and yellow.
See for yourself:
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